this is cool to watch,
lots of air is forced into a bubble of water and the dynamics of the air water boundries make for a cool video.
proformed in zero g using needles to inject water/air into the surface tension of water.
its interesting to see the bubbles "rolling around" the interface between water/liquid and air/gas
makes my brain hurt trying to work out how it works lol
"When the water sphere rotates, why do the bubbles center themselves"
centrifugal force is forcing the water outward, surface tension is keeping the water inside the sphere so pressure increases and pushes the ait bubble
with equal force from every angle to the center of the sphere....
I came across this video a while back. I thought it would be neat to share here.
In the video using a sub-woofer the water does strange effects like it's froze and not really moving and also reversing.
They say we are only on this plane through frequencies and I think this video kinda shows something to do with that perception.
edit on 27-4-2012 by proob4 because: (no reason given)
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